Snodgrass Best Honours Conference Presentation Award


A committee struck by the Chair, in collaboration with the Coordinator of the Honours Program in Psychology, will recommend one $300 award to be conferred on the student who delivers the most outstanding presentation at the Honours Conference in Psychology held once per year on the Fredericton campus at the end of the winter semester. To be eligible for the award, students must have completed a research project to meet the requirements of the Honours degree in Psychology. The award is based on the scholarly merit of the presentation and on the effectiveness, organization, and visual impact of the presentation. The prize is funded by the Snodgrass Fund and commemorates the contributions of Dr. Florence Snodgrass. (BA 1924).